Lost sketchbook: Jackson Thursday November 22, 2007, 6 comments

Wax on Paper

About five years ago I found one of my old sketchbooks. I made some scans at the time, and today, while sorting files during the transfer of my data from my Powerbook to my new Macbook, I came across a few of them. This is my favourite. Red and green crayon wax on paper, circa 1985.


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sarah Friday November 23, 2007


Reminds me of your somewhat disturbing Halloween Horror.

Adrian Friday November 23, 2007


A little less of the green in that story though, huh.

sarah Friday November 23, 2007


snot?

Adrian Friday November 23, 2007


Ick.

Jon Babcock Friday November 23, 2007


Owing largely to the fact that I am completely red-green colourblind, I see immediately through your deception.

I am unmoved by this candid portrayal of my therapist’s ex-wife’s mailman engaged in conjugal relations with a shetland pony and three dwarves.

I thank you to keep your Pornographic Rorschach Tests to yourself.

Pervert.

Adrian Saturday November 24, 2007


Little people, not dwarves. Be sensitive, sheesh.

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